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Sep 2, 2016

Belizean-American Boxer Returns Home with Championships

Fans of boxing on the Showtime Network are quite familiar with the name Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller.  He’s the larger than life Belizean athlete who is taking the sport by storm.  His most recent fight was with Fred Kassi whom he defeated in a third round technical knockout, before calling out Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.  The news tonight however, is the Big Baby is back home on a brief visit.  Born in Belize City and raised in King’s Park, the twenty-eight-year-old is making a name for himself on the international stage and despite his successes in the ring; he hasn’t forgotten where he comes from.

 

Jarrell ‘Big Baby’ Miller, Professional Boxer

“I’m one of the baddest dudes out here right now, not only out of Belize but in the whole world.  I started doing this since I was fourteen, fifteen-years-old and now I am twenty-eight-years-old and ranked number five.  If you watch Mike Tyson on TV I am the new rebirth of Mike Tyson but even bigger and better and I’m from Belize.  So we call that Triple B, so listen, you gotta tune in, you just gotta watch the kid because I’m going to knock people’s heads off and I’m once again, you know.”

 

Miller is in Belize until next Wednesday.

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1 Response for “Belizean-American Boxer Returns Home with Championships”

  1. The Truth says:

    Miller was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and is of Caribbean and Latin American descent. He took up Muay Thai as a way to defend himself after being attacked on the street.[1] He began Muay Thai at age of 14 and boxing at 16.

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